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, y es estandarte de mÚltiples causas, ahora conversamos con un ex agente de la cia que fue compaÑero del che. >>> felix rodrÍguez es su nombre y estÁ asociado con el che guevara. cuando llegÓ a estados unidos en el 59, rodrÍguez ve con preocupaciÓn de lo que pasaba en cuba. >>> era un sistema judicial ridÍculo, y decidi que hahabÍa que hacer algo por mi patria. >>> el se involucrÓ en la invasiÓn a bahÍa de cochinos con el intento de derrocar a fidel cast castro, pero fracasaron en menos de 65 horas. pero lejos de desanimarlo, fortaleciÓ su decision de su lucha. >>> no sabÍamos quien nos apoyaba en ese momento, pero despuÉs supimos que era la agencia. >>> y esa lucha lo involucrÓ en las fuerzas armadas y despuÉs en la cia. >>> mira, despuÉs que tu participas y ves caer compaÑeros tuyos, es una lucha que comenzamos y no terminaremos hasta que cuba sea libre. >>> el compartiÓ los Últimos minutos del che. >>> el me queda mirando y me dijo tu no eres boliviano, y por las preguntas que me hiciste eres del servicio de inteligencia de los estados unidos. >>> maÑana le pre
all existing ongoing cia covert operations and with the exception of aggressive interrogations, endorsed all of them, and doubled down on a number of them. >> narrator: at the center of obama's covert war: targeted killings-- death by drone. >> the fact that barack obama would be the guy that leads america into this world of predator drones and navy seals and cyber warfare and sort of the dark arts of the special forces and the cia-- and that would be a major part of his foreign policy-- i don't think anyone would have predicted that. >> he's the first bel peace prize winner with a kill list. and it is very disappointing to his base. it is very disappointing to civil liberties supporters who thought he was going to be much more of a stereotypical liberal. >> narrator: in the spring of 2011, obama's covert war scored a significant victory. it began with a single piece of intelligence. cia director leon panetta had learned osama bin laden might be living in a compound in pakistan. >> the intelligence case was entirely circumstantia bodyaw oma b laden, had a full id on him. >> how
in the courtroom was mysteriously cut during a discussion of cia prisons. an unidentified government agency has been ordered to dismantle equipment that allowed sounds -- outside censors to stop the broadcast of sound from the courtroom. the audio had been temporarily cut earlier this week while a defense lawyer made reference to a secret cia prison where the suspects were held and potentially tortured before moving to guantanamo. a defense lawyer said many questions still remain. >> today, the george ordered the prosecution must disconnect that censorship authority of the oca. the extent to which monitoring has taken place and will continue, however, is an open question. an emergency motion was filed today which addresses that issue after it came up this week, and the judge has said that will be the first issue to take up on february 11. i hope that we will take a pro- military baby step before finding out the truth of what is going on in the military commission, but events so far they say that hope is unfounded. >> in mexico city, at least 25 people are wounded after the explosion at the head
. >> the cia does nothing. sends no help. >> that is an obscene lie. >> no it is not. >> you're a politician trying to make a political point. >> and this is justice. >> this has nothing to do with our mayor. >> we'll wait and see how that goes with geraldo. poison and end of the road -- yeah. i messed that up. still ahead on "way too early," why are you awake? your tweets, texts, e-mails are next. "morning joe" is just moments away. all right that's a fifth-floor problem... ok. not in my house! ha ha ha! ha ha ha! no no no! not today! ha ha ha! ha ha ha! jimmy how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? happier than dikembe mutumbo blocking a shot. get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it... in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. great taste. mmm... [ male announcer ] sounds good. it's amazing what soup can do. so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new bel
brennan to be the next director of the cia. that begins at 2:30 in room 216 of the hart building. friday, february 8th, former commander in afghanistan retired general stanley mcchrystal will address the aspen institute regarding his memoir on the afghanistan war and his removal by president obama. the aspen institute is at 1 dupont circle. that is your capital rundown for the week of february 4th, 2013. you can find more on www.myfoxdc.com and reach us on twitter with #capitalrundown. i'm tom fitzgerald. we'll see you next week. ere 24. oh dear, i got a flat tire. hmmm. uh... yeah, can you find a take where it's a bit more dramatic on that last line, yeah? yeah i got it right here. someone help me!!! i have a flat tire!!! well it's good... good for me. what do you think? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some beef sloppy joe sauce... and cheese fold it all up and boom! i just made an unbeatable unsloppy joe pillsbury grands biscuits. let the making begin. [ female announcer ] in just 60 second
of the cia and head of the joint chiefs general dempsey. >> do you believe that the recent bombing has anything to do with the patriot missiles we have sent there? >> no, this is obviously a terrorist attack, and we have to find out what the motive is here, but i do not believe it is linked there. >> was this an internal thing and they have just attacked the u.s.? >> well sh, the intel community and this is a very recent event and the intel community has exactly that question to wring out and see if there is and coneck shun, but as the secretary said, we have no indication it was. >> and candy, joining us with more of the rare joint interview, and candy, reports that both of them will be testifying before congress on the benghazi attack. >> yes, i talked to them both, and thursday is the day that secretary panetta was not particularly, yes, we are going to do it, but, yes, we are talking to them about that and yes, we are trying to work it out, but later the chairman of the joint chiefs said thursday when we talked about benghazi which is one of the topics for us, he said, well, i'm su
debate as opposed to payments by the cia in anbar province. there's a big debate about what actually made a difference. and hagel was saying, look, even if this thing made things better tactically, strategically, it still didn't make sense because the larger thrust of the war didn't make sense. you understand why he was resisting answering that. we can argue about whether it was the best way politically, but substantively, it was an impossible question to answer. >> donny, he should have been more confident in why he was resisting to answer that because as richard pointed out, there's a clear discussion about that. >> it's very easy to say a bad performance, that was serious what happened yesterday. there was a level of incompetency across the board, whether it was preparation, whether it was demeanor, whether it was just understanding of facts and policy, and like i said earlier, i'm going to liken it to a job interview. if you go on an interview like that and you perform, you don't get the job. i think this is such a critical appointment. you have to look at that -- >> should he not get
, cia operatives, and where policy in the case of afghanistan has to make some changes, but it's generally on a predetermined course but it's going to have to vary quite a bit because we're drawing down troops now. in syria i think what we have is a policy for all the good intentions hasn't really worked. and if i were secretary kerry, i would probably commission my best people to do a two to four-week study on fundamentally new options in syria. where i think the united states has to recognize that what it's been doing so far hasn't been adequate and yet the country is in no mood for another 100,000 strong invasion and we can't do that. but we've got to find some nice mix of tools that's stronger than what we're doing now because the current policy is just not working. >> heather, it strikes me, we have sort of an interesting moment in history here. that we have the first time that a man is actually stepping in to feel the heels of powerful and effective women. madeleine albright, cleeondolee rice, and hillary clinton. i remember when secretary albright was first named by pres
stops and the cia began, in terms of action and counter- terrorism action. i think there -- it would be worthwhile, if you are confirmed, to meet with mr. brennan to talk about coordination between the two agencies so do not end up with similar if not identical functions in different regions of the world with different command structures, rules of engagement, etc. -- counter- terrorism covers the gap or the relationship between traditional defense and the intelligence committee. -- community. >> that is an area that is becoming more relevant and complicated. title and reverses title 50. -- title n versus title 50. >> final thought -- but not think we can adequately assess the size and importance of the cyber threat. that may well be the war of the future. my sense is that we are not -- we are all talking about it, but i am not sure we have a sense of urgency. and the secretary panetta has increased our proposed increase of that capacity. people can die, and their society could be brought to a standstill without our rocket ever taking off or are planned and treating our airspace. i ho
? >> when we went on our honeymoon, we went all the places to c.i.a. said were safe and had a great time. you look at three options. one, this was really just the incompetent work of a leftist group as the prime minister claimed. second possibility is that iran's deeply behind it, behind the left wing group. no love lost between iran and turkey. they are mad about syria and mad about approach to the nuclear program. they won't miss a chance to hurt us. there is a remote chance it was an al-qaeda affiliate working through a leftist group. there is strange bedfellows in pa part of the world. i think for the turks they wanted to blame it on somebody and somebody they knew because turkish security is generally very, very good. very tough. they are embarrassed even though we kept the bad guy out, the terrorists did manage to get through the turkish security which is pretty tight. i suspect we're going to find that the guy, he had gone to the u.s. consulate which was the easiest part to get in. he was probably very well dressed, it gets cold there in the wintertime. just enough to conceal a sm
committee will hold confirmation hearings on john brennan to be the next director of the cia. that begins at 2:30 in program 216 of the hart building. and friday, retired general mcchrystal will talk about his memoir on the afghanistan war and his removal by president obama. that is your capital rundown for the week of february 4th, 2013. you can find more at myfoxdc.com and reach us on twitter at #capital rundown. >>> before we get to tucker, we want to mention as you take a live look at the roads with the snow coming down, we are now getting lots of reports of fender-benders, particularly in montgomery county. allow extra time. it's fresh snow. not a lot, but has fallen and there are problems out there. >> most importantly, temperatures have fallen back into the 20s. anything that's partly melted can refreeze quick and can cause more issues. >> yuck. >> yeah. >> snow coming down has cooled the atmosphere. >> yeah, cooled it big time. the good news, if you need to be out on the roadways. most of the snow is out of here. reduced, very light snow bands and a couple of flurries left over. w
called watching "zero dark thirty" with the cia. separating fact from fiction. that's not part of this series but it is another national security event that i think will be both interesting and fun tomorrow. so with that let me thank all of you, and you, and we are closed. [applause] [inaudible conversations] >> several livens to tell you about today. the georgetown university law center hosts a form with campaign staff members and representatives of interest groups who will focus on how lessons from last year's campaign will affect legislation in the new congress. >> from almost the funnier able to see fertility rates declining, and by the time we hit the second world war we were right around replacement rate. right around 2.1, 2.2. then after the first world war, or the second world war we had the only major increase in our fertility rates. that's the baby boom. that's the term which gets us. it really was a remarkable moment. it not only was the fertility rate increase quite i can put up to as high as 3.7 i think white americans and i think 3.9 for black americans, not only
adviser, and the director of the cia that there were weapons of mass destruction in iraq. so for a lot of the decisions that were made at the outset, they were decisions that were informed with incorrect information. as the committee is judging senator hagel on that decision, i want to tell the committee what was the experience of this senator. what i would like to do with my time here is that since there are few of us in this room that served in the military during the vietnam era, and you clearly have that experience in combat. senator hagel -- by the way, a lot of people don't know anything about vietnam and don't know how difficult it was as senator warner has so eloquently stated in his comments, how the nation was divided. what i would like for you as the committee is getting to know you, know something about your service in vietnam and your combat experience. were you wounded, senator hagel? >> senator nelson, thank you. if i may, if i read into your question, some latitude in answering. i would respond this way -- i think my time is better served may be talking about these spec
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